Preview: June TBR and May Reviews

  Hey all! Here is a quick look at my upcoming reads for June and my reviews for this month. If you haven't already, go follow me on Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest @readvoraciously. I'm trying to keep those social media outlets more exciting with posts of different things at different times that may not make … Continue reading Preview: June TBR and May Reviews

Heartbreaking reads via Bustle

Books sure to give you that good cry.   Including The Light We Lost by Jill Santopolo click here for that review.  Read voraciously 

Book Review: The Light We Lost by Jill Santopolo

Love does that. It makes you feel infinite and invincible, like the whole world is open to you, anything is achievable, and each day will be filled with wonder. Maybe it’s the act of opening yourself up, letting someone else in— or maybe it’s the act of caring so deeply about another person that it expands your heart.

10 Literary Houses- via Off The Shelf

Novels featuring houses and their deep, dark secrets. Read voraciously.

Reviving Bookstagram.

Hey all! So I wanted to write this post as a fully uninhibited plea to get you to follow me on my bookstagram account @readvoraciously. I let it sit for too long and it is time to post anew. I have a couple new photos up there that I am pretty proud of. One, in particular, … Continue reading Reviving Bookstagram.

Books everyone loves to reread- via Read It Forward

A list of books everyone loves to reread. Which one is your go-to? Read voraciously.

Book Review: The Whole Art of Detection by Lyndsay Faye

Happily, however, a new scientific treatise upon the art of detection will shortly make its way into the world, the quality of which I hope will balance out the endless stream of sentimentality flowing from the pens of loosely factual biographers and adventure authors alike. In the authentic style of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle himself, … Continue reading Book Review: The Whole Art of Detection by Lyndsay Faye